April 30th, 2013

The Fifth Season of The Artist’s Institute with Haim Steinbach

Artists: Haim Steinbach, Malin Arnell, Trisha Baga, Phyllis Baldino, Nina Beier, Michael Bell-Smith, Frank Benson, Daniel Bozhkov, Paul Branca, Kerstin Brätsch, A. K. Burns, Johanna Burton, Levi Bryant, Tyler Coburn, Yve Laris Cohen, Cynthia Daignault, Constance DeJong, Malik Gaines, Rachel Harrison, Alex Hubbard, Steffani Jemison, Kimberly Kay, Zerek Kempf, Joseph Kosuth, Ajay Kurian, Ryan Lauderdale, Mark Leckey, Matthew Logsdon, Rose Marcus, Josiah McElheny, John Miller, Greg Parma Smith, Carissa Rodriguez & Kiki Kudo, Cameron Rowland, Hannah Sawtell, Erin Shirreff, Ben Schumacher, Amy Sillman, Sara Shaoul, Stuart Sherman, Steel Stillman, Tom Thayer, Gwen Smith, Danna Vajda, Roger van Voorhees, Ben Vida, B. Wurtz, Dena Yago, Viola Yeşiltaç, and Anicka Yi

Venue: The Artist’s Institute, New York

Curated by: Jenny Jaskey

Date: August 31, 2012 – January 27, 2013

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Full gallery of images, press release and link available after the jump.

Images:

Images courtesy of The Artist’s Institute, New York. Photos by Louis Chan and Adam Reich.

Press Release:

The fifth season was dedicated to Haim Steinbach. We began with a talk by Johanna Burton and a conversation with Haim Steinbach; then showed a video installation by A.K. Burns; then showed sculptures by Nina Beier; then screened short videos by Trisha Baga, Phyllis Baldino, Michael Bell-Smith, Alex Hubbard, Mark Leckey, Hannah Sawtell, Stuart Sherman, and B. Wurtz; then heard Levi Bryant talk about machines; then asked people to read texts by Arjun Appadurai, Timotheus Vermeulen & Robin van den Akker, and Artie Vierkant and held three meditations; then heard Ben Vida‘s sound performance with subwoofers; then hosted The Bigger Picture, a group exhibition curated by Haim Steinbach; and then asked 46 artists to each bring in an object in a day-long Show and Tell. Thank you.

Link: The Fifth Season of The Artist’s Institute

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